He is evidently in the same class in orthography with his friend, Master Gillander, and I do not doubt that, under careful culture, he may emulate the various virtues of his friend, and become, in time, an accomplished "aig" sucker.
One of the boys intended to go to college, and his father was willing to pay a special contribution to secure a teacher of Latin, and this brought my wages up to sixteen dollars a month.
"Communal revolution is the end of the old governmental and clerical world, of militarism, of officialism (this new editor seems fond of words ending in ism), of exploitation, of commission, of monopolies, and of privileges to which the proletariat owes his thralldom, and the country her misfortunes and disasters."
ROHRER, PERCY L. Chicago non-verbal examination.
Others, however, and these men of the greatest veracity, had given a different account.
We were fellow students in Yale College, and my opportunities for judging of his character, both at that time and since our graduation, have been such, that I feel myself fully warranted in making the above unequivocal declaration.
The conversion to Islam, within a hundred years, of such nations as the Egyptian, the Syrian, and the Persian, can hardly be attributed to anything but the latent talents, the formerly suppressed energy of the Arabian race having found a favourable soil for its development; talents and energy, however, not of a missionary kind.
Gloom deepened and had no light to relieve it, men supped full of horrors--there was no slackening of the tension, no concession to overwrought nerves, no resting-place for the overwrought soul.
Joel and Remsen became fast and familiar friends during that term, and when, a few days after the St. Eustace game, Remsen took his departure from the Academy, no more to coach the teams to glorious victory or honorable defeat, Joel of all the school was perhaps the sorriest to have him go.
lake in, drained St. Mihiel salient flattened out by Americans Salonika Allies land at Front Triumphant advance by Allies on Saluting abolished in Russian Army Sands run out, the San Gabriele, Italian success at Santa Klaus, Punch welcomes Scapa Flow, German Fleet surrenders at Germans scuttle their warships at Scarborough bombarded Scott, Admiral Percy Expert adviser to Lord French Scrapper scrapped, the Secret Diplomacy Session Sedan, American Army reaches Serbia Austrians and Germans invade Liberation of Overrun Servant Domestic, problem Officer's description of Sevastopol, Germans reach Shaw, Mr. Bernard Colossal arch-super-egotist Visits Front Shirkers' War News Shortt, Mr., appointed Chief Secretary for Ireland Siegfried line Sinn Fein Creed of Excesses Plays at war Smart people, callousness of Smith-Dorrien, General, at Le Cateau Smuts, General, commands in East Africa Soissons, Germans capture Soldier and civilian Soldiers, British Cannot imitate Hun Ordeal on Western Front Tribute to Solid, xiv Some bird Somme Battle of the, commences Guns heard in England Results of Battle of the "Song of Plenty" South-West Africa German, gives in to Allies Germans poison wells in Spanish influenza Speaker of House of Commons re-elected Spee, Admiral von, goes down with his squadron Spies, German Spurlos versenkt Spy-hunting in East Anglia Spy play, emergence of Storm driven Strain on the affections Strasbourg Strauss, Herr, does not sign German artists' manifesto Study of Prussian household having its Morning Hate Sturdee, Admiral Submarine frightfulness, the new, commences Submarines, British, in the Baltic Submarines, German Cornered Grimsby's fight against Locked up Torpedo British battleships Suffragists' cause triumphs Suits, standard Sumner, Lord, on Houses of Parliament Sunlight-loser, the Suvla Bay, British heroism at Sweden assists German Secret Service Sweepers of the sea Swooping from the West Tanks, coming of the Tannenberg, Russian repulse at Tares, the Sower of T.B.D. Territorials Doing great work in India Efficiency and keenness of Mobilised Teutons, panegyric of, in Die Welt Thiepval taken by Allies Threatened Peace Offensive, Thrift campaign, Tirpitz, Grand Admiral, dismissed, Tisza, Count, admits defeat, To all at home, Tommy, British Needs no vocabulary, Philosophy of, To the Glory of France, Townshend, General Besieged in Kut, Heroism of his force, Tramcar humour, Tramps disappear from England, Transitional period, Trawlers, honour due to, Trenchard, General, retires from Air Staff, Trenches, sportsmanship of, Trench warfare commences, Trials of a camouflage officer, Trotsky released from internment, Tsing-tau, Japanese take, Tuber's repartee, the, Turkey Appeals to Berlin for funds, Defeated in Caucasus, Defeated on Suez Canal, Enters war, Granted armistice, Two Germanies, the, "Two heads with but a single thought," U-boat interned at Cadiz, U-boats Appear off U.S.A., Sir E. Geddes's diagram re, Ulstermen and Conscription, Unauthorised flirtation, an, Unconquerable, Unemployment dole, United States Accused of stealing cypher key, German propaganda in, Issues warning Note on neutral trading, No peace with Hohenzollerns, Unsinkable Tirp.,
I do not contemplate that the students could advance very far into the subjects; but I know the importance of beginning them; and, judging from the train of thoughts, of reading, and of conversation, among the Bachelors with whom I associated many years ago, I believe that there is quite a sufficient number who will be anxious to go deep into the subjects if they have once entered into them.
The time of our visit was in the dry season, which lasts from October till April, and alternates with the wet one, from May till September.
The women, by whom she was attended, knew nothing of her real condition, and, therefore, she could not talk to them, but with caution and reserve.
A. T. QUILLER-COUCH October 25th, 1901 CONTENTS CHAPTER I THE WESTCOTES OF BAYFIELD CHAPTER II THE ORANGE ROOM CHAPTER III A BALL, A SNOWSTORM, AND A SNOWBALL CHAPTER IV ENCOUNTER BETWEEN A HIGH HORSE AND A HOBBY CHAPTER V BEGINS WITH ANCIENT HISTORY AND ENDS WITH AN OLD STORY CHAPTER VI FATE IN A LAURELLED POST-CHAISE CHAPTER VII LOVE AND AN OLD MAID CHAPTER VIII CORPORAL ZEALLY INTERVENES CHAPTER IX DOROTHEA CONFESSES CHAPTER X DARTMOOR CHAPTER XI THE NEW DOROTHEA CHAPTER XII GENERAL ROCHAMBEAU TELLS A STORY; AND THE TING-TANG RINGS FOR THE LAST TIME CHAPTER I THE WESTCOTES OF BAYFIELD A mural tablet in Axcester Parish Church describes Endymion Westcote as "a conspicuous example of that noblest work of God, the English Country Gentleman."
Having been deprived, in 1747, by death, of his father, who had with difficulty supported him at college, he became a dependant on the bounty of his uncle, the Rev. Thomas Contarine; and after fluctuating in his choice of an employment in life, was at length established as a medical student at Edinburgh, in his twenty-fifth year.
He then had recourse to the genie, who gave him another set of plates, and thus they lived for many years.
When at New York, I met an old and wealthy farmer, who was himself, although eighty years of age, in the enjoyment of rude health.